Testing and Measurement equipment manufacturers provide a wide range of products and services to assist in the development of standards related to performance, safety, and quality. Many industries rely on testing and measurement equipment to comply with and improve processes, such as healthcare, automotive, biotechnology, and pharmaceuticals.
Calibrating services are performed to measure the reading, or output, of a device and compare it to accepted standards set by the manufacturer and the industry. Calibration devices use electrical signals to calibrate instruments. Once the margin of error has been determined and verified, the device can be adjusted to values identical with the standard in order to maintain a standard, high-quality output.
J.H. Metrology Co., Inc., founded in 1974, is a full-service laboratory devoted to excellence in calibration and repair of electronic and physical/dimensional test equipment. We offer on-site calibration (within your facility) to accommodate the customer with large quantities of equipment to calibrate.
Pressure calibration, torque calibration, electronic calibration, load cell calibration, force calibration, and more are performed in our lab. We are MIL-STD-45662A, ANSI/NCSL Z540-1-1994, and ISO 9000 compliant--assurance for our aerospace, government, and industrial customers.
Total customer satisfaction is our promise here at United Testing Systems. If you're looking for fast and accurate calibration services, you've come to the right place. The scope of our capabilities includes analytical balance, caliper, digital thermometer, electrical measure, electrical source, hardness testers, micrometers and so much more. Contact us today!
Our metrology standards and precision equipment calibration services have been providing customers with complete confidence confidence in instrument and equipment accuracy since 1967. Measurement and test equipment accuracy is critical to the quality of your production and regular precision calibrations are essential to ensure ongoing reliability. Our calibrations can be customized to client specific demands.
Clean rooms are enclosures designed to facilitate sensitive research, fabrication and other operations that must take place in the absence of dust, moisture and other airborne contaminants. Clean rooms systems were first developed in response to the needs of the aerospace and microtechnology industries in the early 1960s. As those and other high-tech disciplines like bio-technology and medical research developed, and as products and research subjects became smaller, airborne contaminants became increasingly disruptive. The rigidly controlled environments with which these professionals began to surround their work came to be known as clean rooms.
Abtech specializes in manufacturing, design and installation of Clean rooms and Clean Room Equipment including Laminar Flow Benches and Air Showers. Offering cleanroom levels from Class 100,000-10 to ISO Class 8-Class 1, compliant with federal standards 209E.
We make a variety of different clean room ceiling systems for clean rooms. We work to build our clean room ceiling systems for any clean rooms. Our products go through vigorous testing to ensure the highest durability resulting in long lasting customer satisfaction.
For the very best of clean rooms, look no further than Clean Rooms International! We can provide the ultimate in quality, customer service, durability, and unique designs just for you!
Look to us to provide the very best in customer service. We work with you long past the point where other companies quit. We offer support for our products after installation and stock a variety of repair parts so you can fix your issue and get back to work fast!
Data acquisition systems, shortened to DAS, are systems designed to convert analog waveforms into digital values, so that they can be used for processing. Industries that make use of this technology include aerospace, medicine, wastewater services, and industrial manufacturing. The process involves the sampling and converting of electrical or physical phenomenon or property into data and inputting the data into a computer. Examples of phenomena and properties include voltage, current, sound, fluid flow, gas pressure, force, temperature, and light intensity.
Once the data has been converted into a singular form, it can be accessed and controlled by data acquisition software programs that use a variety of programming languages, such a Pascal, Lisp, BASIC, C++, LabVIEW, and Java. In addition to allowing manufacturers to read data, data acquisition systems allow them to test a wide variety of technical products and make informed process adjustments.
DCC Corp. is a major manufacturer of thermocouple welders and we supply thermocouple wire. Here at DCC Corp. we also offer data acquisition systems for monitoring analog signals using digitizing eight channel modules. Providing all of our customers with low-cost, top-quality, reliable equipment.
Since our foundation, Enetics, Inc. has designed and manufactured PC-based solutions for very high-speed applications in four key areas, which includes data acquisition systems, parallel digital signal processing, signal waveform generation and playback and real-time signal waveform recording.
United Industrial Automation Inc., is dedicated to providing our customers with high quality automation solutions. Because of our size, our data acquisition systems can be adapted to many different industries and situations. With a majority of our staff members having over 20 years of engineering experience, United Industrial Automation Inc. has the knowledge and skills to offer proven solutions.
Dynamometers, which are also known as dynomometers, dynometers and dynos, are devices that measure the force generated by something, usually an engine. They can also be used to determine horsepower, maximum rotary speed and maximum power absorption. They are sometimes called motor testers when used for these purposes, though the term "motor tester" is frequently used in reference to electric motor diagnostic equipment.
Dynamometers use a variety of devices to take measurements. For example, many dynamometers use small instruments made only of a transducer, strain gauge and display screen. These devices turn torque force into an electrical signal that they can amplify, convert and display as a measurement. Other dynos use motor testers, which work by using voltage and current probes bound to motor input wires to connect the system to internal voltmeters, ammeters and ohmmeters. Motor testers may be used to determine direction, torque, voltage, power, current, cut-out speed and efficiency. Still others use a non-contact speed sensor that can measure motor shaft speed and thereby ascertain its number of rotations per minute.
SAKOR provides dynamometer test controls & equipment for a wide range of applications and its test cell control system is compatible with all types, including AC & DC motoring equipment among more.
PCE Americas, Inc. is a reliable supplier of high quality dynamometers. Our products are used for various applications and our force gauges are highly accurate with an accuracy of ±0.1%. These unprecedented solutions can be customized to handle surface weights beyond 100 tons and these items are very easy to use.
Since 1958, Go Power Systems has been providing engine testers worldwide with portable engine dynos, test cell equipment and data acquisition systems. Fifty+ years later, we continue to supply affordable, built-to-last engine testing solutions to a wide variety of industries.
Environmental test chambers reproduce environmental conditions within a contained space for the purposes of evaluating the long-term effects of specific changes upon objects such as industrial products and materials, electronic products and other components. These conditions simulate those which a product will typically encounter in the span of its useful life. Test results can show the process of product decay and degradation and help predict the potential lifespan of a product or material.
For manufacturers, environmental chambers allow for the evaluation of product quality and reliability while also highlighting product flaws or weaknesses before the product is released to the public. There are many different kinds of test chambers which simulate various environmental conditions, and many chambers can control several different conditions at once. Some commonly tested conditions include: extreme temperatures, sudden temperature variations, humidity, moisture, and varying levels of salt water. These can be tested in temperature chambers, humidity chambers, and salt spray chambers, but there are many other kinds of test chambers like AGREE chambers, altitude chambers, thermal shock chambers, and vacuum test chambers.
For over 70 years, Cincinnati Sub-Zero (CSZ) Products has designed, manufactured and serviced custom and standard environmental test chambers that exceed customers` expectations. Test Chambers include temperature, humidity, altitude, thermal shock, HALT & HASS, temperature/humidity/vibration and more.
Russells Technical Products has been designing and manufacturing environmental test chambers since 1972. With over 150 years of combined management experience, our company provides its customers with quality environmental test systems and advanced manufacturing techniques.
Hastest Solutions designs, manufactures and provides solutions for all environmental testing needs. For the full range of environmental test chambers, including HAST, temp/humidity, salt fog, solar radiation, and high temp ovens, please contact us.
Weiss Technik is a worldwide leader in the design and manufacturing techniques of environmental test chambers. We offer a complete line of standard and custom chambers, from bench top models to full walk-in and drive-in solutions to meet any testing requirement.
Load cells are measuring devices that monitor and gauge forces of compression, tension and shear. They are a type of transducer that converts sensed mechanical force into electrical signals for measurement used in mechanical testing, ongoing system monitoring and as components in devices such as industrial scales.
Both compression and tension loadcells often use strain gauges; strain gauges are very small devices that measure the strain of an object by converting internal deformation into electrical signals, precisely measuring weight, force or strain. Force gauges use strain gauges in push-pull testing and flow measurement. While most load cells measure and test with strain gages, some use piezoelectric sensors, which utilize piezoelectric crystals to measure weight, strain, movement and vibrations.
Our load cells are manufactured with the highest attention to detail at all stages. Whether it is through the design stage, engineering stage, or through hundreds of tests run daily, we ensure that our products outshine all competitor products. That is why high profile customers like NASA trust us with their business. Find out why we make all the difference by contacting us today!
Tecsis LP specializes in designing and manufacturing load cells for the most challenging applications. Our in-house engineering team will create a one-of-a-kind sensor or modify our standard product to meet your needs. Our state-of-the-art manufacturing facility delivers all industrial load cell configurations including low profile pancake, donut, shear beam, canister, and in-line models, each one integrated with a complete offering of electrical connectors, outputs, and mounting options.
We supply Multi-Axis Force/Torque Sensors. Our F/T Sensors measure all six components of force and torque. ATI F/T transducers use silicon strain gauges for low-noise and high overload protection. Our sensors are used in robotic assembly, robotic material removal, product testing, biomedical and biomechanical research.
With over 45 years of force, load, torque and pressure measurement experience, HITEC Sensor Solutions has the engineering expertise and production staff to design and manufacture custom load cells and force transducers to fit your needs.
Used in a wide variety of consumer, industrial, and commercial settings, scales are tools used to judge weight or calculate mass. They are used in doctors’ offices and hospitals, laboratories, roadside truck stops and weigh stations, restaurants, and manufacturing plants alike. To serve this diverse set of applications, scale manufacturers produce many types of industrial scales.
One of the numerous ways that industrial scales can be categorized is by the mechanism or technique they use to weigh a load. Any given scale may use springs, load cells, balance, hydraulics, or a combination therein to determine weight. Some common industrial scale types include: hanging scales, platform scales, and balance scales.
Hanging scales vary in size from pocket-sized luggage scales to crane scales. A type of spring scale, hanging scales suspend the load they are weighing from a hook or chain, while sensors above the load take measurements. Technically, crane scales can be categorized as hanging scales, but commonly, instead of using a spring, or along with a spring, they work using hydraulic power. In addition, as crane scales, which can also be used to weigh luggage and determine the weight of caught fish, become available in smaller sizes, the hanging aspect becomes less prevalent.
Strainsert is a manufacturer of a variety of precision made scales, in addition to force sensing transducers, miniature load cells, pins & bolts. As a leading company who has served such industries as aerospace & marine, Strainsert will custom design & manufacture products to your exacting specifications and will provide the most responsive, accurate & efficient solutions for research.
PCE has a large inventory of scales and weighing technology, we stand behind our products with a 2-year warranty. We manufacture and supply a diverse range of scales for use in industrial, laboratory, and processing applications. From benchtop scales to crane scales, we know we have what you are looking for, and are ready to provide expert help! We want to be your partner for measurement, control, and weighing solutions.
Founded in 1950, Carolina Scales continues to provide the most advanced, yet cost-effective industrial scale technology. The best application-specific sales & service for a wide range of equipment, including bench scales, checkweighers, counting scales, crane scales, dimensional weighing, floor scales, truck/track scales, rental scales, plus data collection, calibration & more precision solutions!
Thermocouple assemblies, also called thermocouples, temperature sensors or temperature probes, instruments that both sense heat and control temperature. Consisting of two connected, dissimilar metal wires, their operation is based on the Seebeck Effect, which theorizes that a voltage is always created between two dissimilar metals, and that said voltage changes in proportion to exterior temperature changes. Thermocouple assemblies are used for industrial, residential and commercial purposes alike. Systems and devices that use them include: water tanks, plastic extrusion machines, heat exchangers, parts washers, kilns, ovens, water heaters, furnaces, pressure chambers and thermostats.
A basic thermocouple consists of two metals connected at their bases and connected again at their tips with a bead. From here, there are a few different types of thermocouples. The most universal thermocouple type, for example, is the Type K, which consists of two alloy wires, alumel (aluminum and nickel) and chromel (chromium and nickel). Type K’s have a high temperature resistance to be used with everyday devices. Type K thermocouple assemblies are part of a larger group called noble metal thermocouples, of which all measure up to 2000°C.
In business since 1972, Thermo Sensors Corporation is a leading thermocouple manufacturer of an array of many products and services. Thermo Sensors provides the chemical, petrochemical, refining, food, pharmaceutical and other industries with options of standard & special designs.
Thermal Devices is your source distributor for stock or made-to-order thermocouples and many other temperature handling equipment and products. Thermal Devices is determined to provide you with a positive shopping experience.
We create a full line of thermocouples that are very affordable and long-lasting. These value added products are ideal for a number of industries including: chemical, power generation, pharmaceutical, pulp & paper, aircraft, steel, waste treatment, plastics, ceramics, heat treating, and much more! Our experts will work with you to find the best solution for your application.
Temperature Specialists, Incorporated is a manufacturer of quality thermocouples. Temperature Specialists provide solutions for your sensing needs by building to meet your specifications. Feel free to visit their comprehensive and helpful website for full descriptions of their state-of-the-art line of quality products.